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  1. 9 points
    dblades

    Serious Note- OAF

    The man overboard incident I had during the OAF, I consider minor only because of the E-ladder. Without it, I might well have ended up in the water trying to retrieve my partner and I know you can hurt yourself getting in using the motor. I've had this ladder about three years but just installed it last week. Sometimes you get lucky, something to think about.
  2. 9 points
    I had a great time. DBlades was very nice in letting me ride with him on his boat. He took me to some great spots, and helped me fish. We got fish at most of the locations we went to. I really couldn't tell you where they were if I wanted to. He told me which bait to use, and It performed for me. The weather was great, the food was better! Thanks to Quillback and Muddy Water for holding down the fort for us at the "pavilion". To bad it was just big bass, because DBlades caught a 250 pounder out of there. Maybe a few more pounds including the water logging. I managed to fall out of the boat (within the first 30 minutes), and he helped me back to safety. The water was cold. Very cold. Luckily I was camping nearby and did have a change of clothes. He drove me back to the dock, and made sure I was ok and we went back to it. I cant wait till next year, and I will have a change of clothes from now on. LOL. but very serious. OH, and yes I did have on my life jacket. No he did not push me. I was on the rear casting deck picking up a rod, next thing, I was grabbing for the boat. No rods were harmed in the making of this blunder.
  3. 8 points
    Quill where are the pictures?? I don't think there could have been a more perfect day - wide awake at 4 a.m. ready to get on the water....finally splashed at a little after 5...yep it was dark!! Cruised over to the park...there were a couple of boats launching...but near the water there was 'ole muddy waters sitting in the dark under his tent getting stuff ready. Quill showed up shortly after and so did a few others (BTW Cheese was a brave one in shorts!) After a bit of light banter (and no coffee.....) on the water we went. I had read all of the recent posts from Bill and Quill.....so I was loaded up and ready...caught just shy of 20 with my two biggest being a 2.1 and a 2.5 then it was a pounderville for every one after that. The bigger ones on the Rock Crawler....it had to be hitting stuff on the bottom....yep a reaction bite right off the main lake just in the cuts and coves - the little ones on the Ned....as Bill said there had to be trees on that side and to stay as they were stacked up when you found them. A little after 2:30 Loaded up and went to the weigh in - Quill and Muddy had most things ready to go! BTW thanks to all of the wives out there as it seemed they did most of the cooking and or buying of said potluck items.....with one exception...Phil was cooking Salmon....YUM!! Anyway back to the actual weigh in....there were say 15-20 of us when Phil broke out the Brecknell 81696500593 Hand Held Digital Balance Scale to many OOO's and Awe's from the group - this has now become the official scale of the OA Tourney. The anglers started coming over to the spot where Phil was standing...you could see the anticipation in their step and hope in their eyes as each dipped into their respective bags to haul out their own swamp donkey's knowing that they would be taking home the coveted wooden plaque....each fish was held high...kinda...to the joy of all standing around the official scale guy - BTW we came to the conclusion that we cannot eye ball the weight of a fish to save our souls! After we figured out how to actually hang the Bass on the scale each one's weight was called out...you could see the joy in the fisher persons eyes if theirs was the biggest so far and the feigned smile of the ones that were just kicked out of the lead. In the end the Kansas guy won the big bass at 4.15....congrats's! Then we ate excessively and went home The end C4F
  4. 6 points
    Had a great time, meeting everyone, food was fantastic.. I must admit Daryk said he wasn't that familiar with bass boat protocol, we talked about where to step, stepping on seats, muddy shoes etc, but I didn't not tell him it was considered good manners to remain in the boat at all times. We caught fish on cranks, jig, and the little guy.
  5. 5 points
    Ham

    3/11/18 Fishing Report

    The Tragical History Tour continues. I committed to working a 1/2 day on Sunday to help my coworkers out, but wanted to fish in the afternoon. I knew Saturday was going to be the better weather, but I wanted to spend the day with my Wife on Saturday. So, I looked at my Sunday options. Beaver Creek, Swan Creek, NFOW for White Bass or Norfork River for trout. Given the predicted wind, I opted for trout boat over yak and decided on Tecumseh. I like that area and I reasoned that it would fish smaller and I could find the fish easier. somewhere in all this I touched base with Les and he decided to join me. I’m sure that seemed like a good idea to him at the time. Best laid plans and all that. The park at Tecumseh is heavily damaged. The road to the ramp and the boat ramp itself are destroyed. Toast. Gone. Maybe I knew that and forgot, but regardless now I’m scrambling to find another boat ramp and communicate the new rally point to Les. We ended up getting boat in the water at Liner Creek Off Hwy T. Ok for smaller boats, but I’m not launching my BassCat there ever. Also, it is low ground. Look carefully at Norfork water level. I’d bet the ramp area is under water at 554 maybe less. So, I caught small LMB casting from shore while waiting for Les. Really small fish, but encouraging none the less. That part of the lake is wide open ground and was very wind swept. I really enjoyed running into the teeth of the wind and bouncing across white caps in the Supreme. The windswept boat spray was very refreshing. We hop scotched our way up towards the Hwy 160 Bridge, but due to time and fuel concerns (unwarentted) I shut the boat down about a mile downstream from bridge. Les had caught a few smaller bass on Ned on the way up. I had caught a few more on small swimbaits, but the search for white bass was still continuing. Wind really limited the touchy, feely options. I have no clue how Les felt anything on Ned. I was cycling through my preferred White Bass options, but kept coming back to the swimbait. I missed several jarring strikes on a Road Runner that I know were White Bass, but I never caught a fish on anything except small swimbaits. We finally started catching a few White Bass. They wanted the bait very close to bottom in fairly shallow water, but we never caught a sow so maybe the females were being closed mouthed in deeper water. We did Fish deeper with a variety of baits and never got a bite. We did see ppl trolling crankbaits catchingrd a few fish in the channel swing pools. Those fish did not seem to be better than what we caught and well I mean, it’s trolling. I did get a bonus walleye on the swimbait. 17 7/8 inches long. First Wally of the year for me. The catching continued. We found a stretch that was relatively “loaded” with fish and fished that hard until we had to scoot for the ramp to beat darkness. I had been uncomfortably cold for hours. Les never complained. I whined. A lot. I wish I had taken pictures of Les and myself. We looked like Eastern European hobos with all the layering of cold weather gear. I appreciate Les going with me, but it does make me question his judgement. I finished up with 29 Fish brought to hand. Spring is coming along. This post has been promoted to an article
  6. 5 points
    cheesemaster

    OA One Bass tournament recap

    Here are a couple other keepers I landed. The brown one was 2.11 and the lm was 2.10.
  7. 4 points
    I took 2 old college buddies out Friday morning to give the lake a go for some bass fishing. That changed in about 3 hours after the bass did not cooperate and we started catching large black crappie on jerkbaits. In order to get these guys on some fish, we set the jerkbaits down about 11:30 and picked up the crappie jigs. This was by far the best move that we made all morning. We found them in about 4-6 foot of water anywhere that chunk rock would transition into gravel. We caught crappie on black and chartreuse jigs under a cork for hours. It was a blast and I was extremely happy to get these guys into some action after not getting bit while after the green fish. We ended up with 3 limits on Saturday and fished again Sunday from noon to 5 and ended up with 2 more limits. I'm not sure if they got tired of seeing the black and chartreuse Sunday because we couldn't get bit on it in the same spots. We made the switch to blue ice colored jigs and went to whacking them again. It was a little more overcast on Sunday so this could've had something to do with the color change. We caught crappie here and there but it basically came down to a few spots on that gravel where they had stacked up for some reason. After striking out on the green fish, we were saved by the generous amounts of good crappie in the Lake! Lots of fish in the 11-12 inch range and several over 13-14 inches. Our set up was as simple as it gets, 1/16 or 1/32 oz jig set about 3 1/2 to 4 foot under a cork and simply twitched the corks and then let them sit. The fish were very willing to take that cork under on Saturday. Sunday, the bite was very subtle. Sometimes your cork would just move a bit and you had to set the hook. All in all, great times with old friends made even better with some good fishing and decent weather. Good luck and be careful. This post has been promoted to an article
  8. 3 points
    Dirtrider389

    Lerker decided to join

    I've lerked around a while, member of other good fishing forums but they're not as specific. Hope i can help others and they can help me
  9. 3 points
    powerdive

    Trolling

    Had some buddies who were pretty good at trolling up nice Stockton walleyes in Jan-Feb-early March. They were targeting 50', but it wasn't easy. As in, running 10 colors of leadcore with a 6" Reef Runner deep diver. (Leadcore has a point of diminishing returns due to water drag and line belly.) Talk about hard on the wrists when pulling up! Looking back, a 3-oz. inline or snap weight would've been much easier than all that leadcore. But it worked, and they caught some nice limits trolling the lower lake main and secondary points. I jumped in a couple times--all I can say is, you really had to want it. Note that the best trolling of the year up north (Great Lakes especially) is in the cold water of late fall. The closer to ice-up, the slower the troll speed, and the better the bite. I even caught an 18"-plus crappie while trolling for eyes in Little Bay de Noc one November. Didn't even know there were crappies in L. Michigan. I never would fish for eyes between 3/1 and 4/15 down in MO, as I didn't like the idea of fishing for pre-spawn walleyes. But come mid-April in a warm spring, the crankbait trolling bite would definitely be on--not so much in a cool spring. Stick with bouncers or jigs then.
  10. 3 points
    As I reported last week, I checked to make sure the motor and batteries would be up to my first fishing trip this Spring, the OA Big Bass Challenge. What I failed to check was the battery in my trolling motor remote. At my first spot, I couldn't deploy the motor. I went back to my slip, drove to the Holiday Island hardware store and bought two so I would have a spare next time. As a result, I really wasn't "on the water" until nearly 8:30. I tried a crankbait and a slow rolled twin spin. No joy. I finally found a bite in 9 to 15 feet of water using a pbj Ned. I landed 15 bass, a mix of spots and largemouth. Not a single one was a legal keeper. No trophy again this year. Others competing found a crankbait bite. The top four fished weighed 4/15, 3/6, 3/3, and 2/15. Jeff and Robert (Quillback and Muddywater) had the site set up and much good food was shared. Thanks guys! QB took pictures and will post a formal report with names and pictures.
  11. 3 points
    ness

    What's Cooking?

    OMG!...We’re boiling our chicken in baggies before frying it?? What is this world coming to? Being of open mind, I’m open to the idea. But, dang, when I fry chicken, and get it right, it’s dang near impossible to beat.
  12. 3 points
    fishinwrench

    Air Rifle

    Sugar britches says that the fly tying stuff can stay, but the "airgun crap" has to have a home other than the kitchen. Hillbilly carpentry insued. Guarantee I'm the only one with a pallet on the wall in their bedroom. She ain't exactly mad..... but she's definitely not happy. Not my fault that she has filled all the closets with scrapbooking stuff, quilting and sewing stuff, board games, and all that other assorted garbage.
  13. 3 points
    oghfm

    26 crappie

    Short of 2 limits.. Not a lot of baitfish, most of the biters just off the bottom, back seater got me down and kept me down until the last hour. Sun popped out and there was a short rodeo on the front that caught me up, plus some nice whites on my end of the trawler. Would tell all about what I was using but it wasn't working. Blame it on east wind and the stupid cows in the field laying down instead of standing up eating. Would like to blame it on the two otter we seen crossing the highway but they were 5 miles from the lake. Refuse to take the blame myself. Notice everyone else on the forum is about as closed mouth about the day as the crappie were. Sad Sac (OGHFM)
  14. 2 points
    After a high water event a couple of weeks ago and some favorable reports of redhorse in the confluence with the Osage, we headed back down for another shot at the spring sucker run. What a difference a couple of weeks and no deluges in the recent past make on the water conditions. 24Feb18 10Mar18 We fished the bottom using a jury rigged three way. Tied a 5/8 oz or 1 oz bell sinker to the terminal end of the line and made a loop about 12 to 16 " above the sinker with an overhand knot. passed the loop end through the hole and over the bottom of a no. 4 or 6 baitholder hook so that the line cinches below the eye hole of the hook. Put on a nightcrawler and cast out into the current. Then sit or stand and wait. Today it didn't take long. I was fishing the point and put one of my baits on the river side of the seam between the creek incurrent water into the Osage and the other was right into that seam. About five minutes I have a strike on the river bait, It taps again and I set the hook. Fish on! I brought in a 10" channel catfish. After missing that sturgeon on the last trip fishing in this same spot, it was good to have a solid hook set and a landed fish even if it was a small catfish. After ten minutes I repositioned the bait from the seam and cast into the creek current. My buddy Jon just picked up and set the hooked on his first fish, a decent bluegill. Then my creek line got hit pretty hard and the hook set was solid. I pulled in my first nice bluegill of the day. My buddy caught a couple more bluegill and then he reeled in the first golden redhorse sucker of the day. I had caught a couple more bluegill but was only getting bit by fishing the creek and not the river side. By the time Jon reeled in his second sucker, I moved to fish upstream of him on the creek. I was casting across the creek towards a large laydown tree on the far bank. It was a blessing and a curse. I was getting bit on all of my lines, but I was in a large school of bluegill. at one time I caught a bluegill on the left line, as I was reeling that in the middle line was getting tapped. I caught that fish and as soon as I landed it I said to the right line when were you going to catch a fish. As soon as I made that statement, the rod tip bounced heavily and I set the hook on yet another 7-8 inch bluegill. Got to love calling the shot ! Just wish that it was a redhorse. With one of my lines I made a shorter cast into what might have been the channel and hopefully away from the bluegill. The line looked to be drifting and I began to reel it in when I felt the fish and set the hook. Jon had mentioned that the suckers were biting lightly, just a movement of the line. Well now I had my first redhorse on the line ! Not a giant golden redhorse, but it was the targeted species for the day. I didn't catch another one, but did manage a few more bluegill (ended up with 10 bluegill on the day). As the action slowed, Jon had another weird bite, just like a steady pull. He set the hook and pulled in a very cool catch, a mudpuppy salamander. It was about 9 to 10 inches long with prominent gills. At first thought it might be a young hellbender, but later determined it was too big for a hellbender to still have gills. I just hope that we didn't damage it too much and it survived the encounter. These guys like the hellbender are getting pretty rare. We headed upstream and Jon found a honey hole of hungry fish. He landed a blue catfish, channel catfish, a couple more bluegill, and a spotted bass (I got jealous of that one). Jon's dad showed up around 10 am and he caught three suckers and a few nice bluegill as well. It was a great day. What a difference from our last trip! This post has been promoted to an article
  15. 2 points
    Been a couple weeks since I’ve been on Beaver. I installed my new rod holders one week and last week took my Dad to the little lake to go fish. Been hearing the bite has really turned insane since the flood. Boy they weren’t joking. You could probably put a plain hook in the water and catch crappie right now.... Dinks are thick A coworker and I went yesterday and smoked them😂. I only wanted to keep a one man limit. Kept 16 WT 51, rigging minnows. We caught fish everywhere 15 feet or less. Go get em.... Minus it white capping in the minnow bucket it was awesome out. Pics below... God Bless
  16. 2 points
    Quillback

    OA One Bass tournament recap

    Could not have asked for better weather for this time of the year. Cloudy morning, light wind, turned into a sunny afternoon with temps near 70 at the weigh in. I believe I heard some of the folks say water temps were in the 49-50 range, the water has cleared up considerably in the Eagle Rock area. Saw quite a few boats moving up and down the channel in front of Eagle Rock during the course of the day. Pretty decent fishing overall, heard numbers in the 10 to low 20's of bass caught per boat. Mid-depth crank baits, Rock Crawlers being mentioned the most, caught the most fish. Also heard of some being caught on spinner baits, ned rig, and a few on jigs. All fish being weighed in were subject to intense scrutiny. OK, to cut to the chase, the winner was Kbillb - Kbillb's son one the first OA One Bass back in 2015, so another trophy to place over the family fireplace. Very nice plaque made by Ducky Doty. It will have the winner name added to it and then sent to Kbillb. Here's the winning fish, 4-15 was the weight. I believe this fish held by Shark Bait was the runner-up, I was running back and forth between taking pics and flipping burgers, so I may have this wrong, but it was a fish in the 3.5 range. Had a great time, already looking forward to next year! Thanks to all who provided food and fellowship! This post has been promoted to an article
  17. 2 points
    Mike Chamber

    Whites

    Anybody else get into the white bass on Saturday. We had 11 smallest one was 12in biggest one was right at 15
  18. 2 points
    snagged in outlet 3

    Air Rifle

    Scensty, Lullarue and Tupperware if I recall.
  19. 2 points
    Flysmallie

    Short float with a new toy.

    Here’s a example of video with no editing. It doesn’t record sound. The wind was blowing about 15 with some small gusts. I could hear the constant adjustments that it was making trying to hover in one spot. Video is still pretty smooth.
  20. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    This week

    If you can't catch them now, just wait about 3 weeks and you'll be able to load every freezer in your neighborhood in a single weekend.
  21. 2 points
    You might need Facebook to view the video
  22. 2 points
    Dewayne French

    3/11/18 Fishing Report

    I was going to write up my report for Norfork Sunday late afternoon, but it is pretty Identical to yours. I was in the older blue basscat I saw you around Bridges crk. Me and my girl friend was out for a fun afternoon of catching whites and walleyes, that didn't occur. It end up cold, windy, and that adjusted our plans for us. Only fish we caught ended up on crankbaits, we had 3 kpr bass all (released) and 12 shorts. Not the first white bass which is what we went for. I did have several of those jarring hits on a jerkbait (French pearl), but no connections. So we opted to go back down lake and catch bass on crankbaits that we had found earlier. Water temp and day length is getting right for some good action. Glad to hear you made it over this way. That river part up there sure has changed since all the big water we had.
  23. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    Rest In Peace, Guido

    Guido's lengthy fight with his health put alot of stress on the whole family. As sad as his passing is there is a continuing string of fishing expertise behind him that need to heal....and then get back to what they do best. Guido is gone, but in all honesty he wasn't the one that started it, and the Hibdon legend most definitely lives on. Everything that Guido was has been intentionally preserved in Dion and his boys, PLUS SOME!
  24. 2 points
    conorsixtakc

    Rest In Peace, Guido

    I'm not the right person to say much here because I never had the privilege of meeting Guido in person, but having grown up around Laurie I know what him and his family have done for Lake of the Ozarks fishing and the community. Hope the family's doing alright. Rest in peace, Guido.
  25. 2 points
    Flysmallie

    Short float with a new toy.

    And there weren't a lot of fish caught but I was able to catch a few. All on the same bait. Did have one little 14 inch feisty smallmouth too. It really was a beautiful day out there.
  26. 2 points
    BilletHead

    3/11/18 Fishing Report

    Good report Ham, Fishing with friends and catching, That was a good day for both of you! BilletHead
  27. 2 points
    176champion

    Rod Building Hobby

    Got my second rod done all but the epoxy on threads 7 footer 4-8 pound test line 1/16 - 5/16 lure weight spinning MHX rod blank. The white rod, the orange one was first one i did.
  28. 2 points
    It sure was a great time and good fellowship. Thanks to Quill and Muddywater for holding down the fort and having all the food hot and ready. It was a good day on the water as well with only one good keeper but nothing real big. I caught them mostly on the Rock Crawler. I did catch one on the Ned when I needed a break from cranking.
  29. 2 points
    Phil Lilley

    3/10 Bass Report

    Put in at Old State Park around 7:30am...water was definitely stained at the ramp. Ran to clean water which started at mile long bridge...started down by the darn with a jerkbait and it was pretty slow for the first couple hours...water was around 44 deg. Moved to around mile long bridge and started fishing secondary points and started catching fish...they were definitely stacked on some steeper points...would catch 3-5 fish on each point that had bigger rock and a drop off. Decided to run up to sons creek and the water was dirty running up there...it cleared a little bit in sons but still stained up by power line cove. Did catch a couple shorts up there on a rock crawler but wasn’t feeling it and ran back down to cleaner water. Ended with a rough total of 20 bass with 6 keepers...nothing big just basic 15-16” fish. Almost all caught on jerkbaits with a couple on rock crawler. Got off the water around 4:30...water had warmed to 46 deg. Found 49 deg water in the dirty water. View full article
  30. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    Air Rifle

    Maybe next year This is the year for a new truck and new furniture. Oh yeah.....and a hot tub on the deck
  31. 2 points
    Gavin

    Air Rifle

    You need Tiffany's not Jared to get away with that. A new kitchen might help.
  32. 2 points
    I wish I could have been there. Hated to miss. Had 2 basketball games and a soccer game yesterday to attend. Hopefully next year. Glad everyone had fun and ate well.
  33. 2 points
    ness

    What's Cooking?

    Awe, heck, I was being modest. I always get it right. I need to be more honest with my posts.
  34. 2 points
    mixermarkb

    Size Line On Baitcaster?

    FYI, Sunline diameters run thinner than most other brands, so look at the specs rather than pound test for apples to apples comparisons...
  35. 2 points
    Phil Lilley

    OA One Bass tournament recap

    Could not have asked for better weather for this time of the year. Cloudy morning, light wind, turned into a sunny afternoon with temps near 70 at the weigh in. I believe I heard some of the folks say water temps were in the 49-50 range, the water has cleared up considerably in the Eagle Rock area. Saw quite a few boats moving up and down the channel in front of Eagle Rock during the course of the day. Pretty decent fishing overall, heard numbers in the 10 to low 20's of bass caught per boat. Mid-depth crank baits, Rock Crawlers being mentioned the most, caught the most fish. Also heard of some being caught on spinner baits, ned rig, and a few on jigs. All fish being weighed in were subject to intense scrutiny. OK, to cut to the chase, the winner was Kbillb - Kbillb's son one the first OA One Bass back in 2015, so another trophy to place over the family fireplace. Very nice plaque made by Ducky Doty. It will have the winner name added to it and then sent to Kbillb. Here's the winning fish, 4-15 was the weight. I believe this fish held by Shark Bait was the runner-up, I was running back and forth between taking pics and flipping burgers, so I may have this wrong, but it was a fish in the 3.5 range. Had a great time, already looking forward to next year! Thanks to all who provided food and fellowship! View full article
  36. 2 points
    Babler took me around to all his good spots, at least he said they were all of them We caught a bunch of bass but no big ones. I think we had 3 keepers out of 20+ fish. Fished a wiggle wart, rock crawler, a ned and a grub. I'll let Bill give the proper, bass lingo names. I think I'll bring my trout rods, 2-pound line and white marabou jigs next time... show you guys how to catch those stinkin' bass
  37. 2 points
    Ya, it was a great time. Fishing was good, I had 5 keepers with the 3.6 being my biggest. Already looking forward to next year.
  38. 2 points
    Champ188

    Size Line On Baitcaster?

    I use it because it works best for me. Doesn’t change my politics. And it gives people something to snipe at me about. 😆
  39. 1 point
    Charlie Shilharvey

    This week

    Fished for two hours Saturday and me and another guy cleaned 18. Two hours sunday cleaned 14. Trying to figure out my side scan but found a cove littered with crappie, when we finally figured out how to catch them the boat was in 7'-9' of water casting to the bank and catching them the first 3-4 cranks.
  40. 1 point
    BilletHead

    page layout

    Whew! Thanks for changing it back. Remember you are the boss and we know that but thanks for giving the squeaky wheels a bit of grease , BilletHead
  41. 1 point
    Sounds like you guys had a great day buddy. Nice multi species trip to boot. That salamander is wicked.
  42. 1 point
    Johnsfolly

    What's Cooking?

    Sometimes my arms are too short to use the flash effectively !
  43. 1 point
    D.W. Verts

    Guido

    He was my friend, mentor and my hero.
  44. 1 point
    Terrierman

    What's Cooking?

    They are "whatchamacallits" around here.
  45. 1 point
    Phil Lilley

    OA One Bass tournament recap

    @cheesemaster caught the 3/6 and took second.
  46. 1 point
    cheesemaster

    OA One Bass tournament recap

    Great job Quillback. It was a great time, loved meeting all the people, food was fantastic! Fishing was good too...
  47. 1 point
    cheesemaster

    Bridgeport boat question

    There are ramps on each side of the bridge. I have used them both and you can too. One is the "local commuity " ramp with a donation box the other is for "Bridgeport resort" but everyone can use it.
  48. 1 point
    I went down with the canoe loaded down with tackle and my 9 year old son on the intention of hitting a couple spots and checking out the Beaver Creek rumor. We didn't make it past our first location and fished for big bluegills for a couple hours and left with about 30-40 hand sized perch. Wish I would of searched for some whites/walleye/crappie but it didn't happen. Swan Creek literally had thousands of fish swimming every direction when we stopped by. Did not see much of a bite there though.
  49. 1 point
    Good time, caught lots of fish had 5 keeps mostly on rock crawler all 10 ft or less fishing it slow wtr temp 48 to 51
  50. 1 point
    m&m

    March 8, Big M area

    176, I hope you are taking pictures or video of each step as you refurbish your boat. Mine is an ‘87 Cajun and I did just about everything except replace the carpet. Interesting though that I still can’t catch fish out of it but I look good casting from it. lol Mike
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